Amalaki

Hindi Name:Amla

Latin Name:Emblica officinalis Gaertn.

Amla is also known amalaki or dhatri in Ayurveda. Its English name is Indian Gooseberry and it is one of the most plentiful concentrations of natural Vitamin C of any eatable plants on this earth. It has the same amount of ascorbic acid or vitamin C that we get from two mid-sized oranges. Amla or Indian gooseberry’s Latin name is Emblica officinalis belongs to the family Euphorbiaceae. According to Ayurveda, amalaki has all the lavanavarjit shadrasas (six types of tastes except salty taste).

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1 capsule twice a day before meals with milk or water.
Please maintain an hour's gap between intake of our products and other allopathic drugs.

* Recommended age 14 years and above.

Generally, when we speak about amla, it is the fruit of the tree and it has been considered to be most potent antioxidant agent that also helps boosting immune system. Amlaki has properties to restore the vitality and to rejuvenate all body systems. It is the best ever herb that can be used daily as a dietary supplement. The oil obtained from Amalaki seed contains 64.8% linolenic acid and it closely matches linseed oil. It is of no surprise that it makes the herb as potent antioxidant agent that boosts immunity efficaciously.

Amla also helps to improve body weight and it is said to increase the total protein levels because of positive nitrogen balance. Therefore, it is said to offer anabolic effects in the body. Amla is undoubtedly highly nutritious fruit. Amla also contains essential minerals like Cr (chromium), Zn (zinc), and Cu (copper). The presence of chromium makes Amalaki as potent herb that helps healing diabetes. Amla is also effective in treating gastritis and its associated symptoms such as heartburn.

This fruit is one of the most valued herbs in Ayurvedic science. Amalaki fruit is used as the main ingredient in the most popular tonic called Chyavanprash. The amlaki has cooling, diuretic and laxative effects on the human body. Amla is considered to be helpful in cleansing the gastrointestinal tract along with mouth. It helps strengthening teeth and bones and also increases the red blood cell counts that in turn, help promoting good health. Amalaki helps reducing Pitta dosha. As the fruit is very rich in vitamin C, it also possesses antioxidant properties. Apart from vitamin C, the fruit also has cytokine like substances like zeatin. In Ayurveda the dried Amla fruit is helpful to treat hemorrhagic, diarrhea, and sprue.

Amalaki is also a good natural antibiotic that helps to prevent various infections and to heal various types of ulcers. It also helps to prevent different skin infections. Amalaki maintains good health of skin and hair and that is why, the herb is widely used in preparing hair shampoos. Amlaki helps keeping the hair sheeny and shining by preventing dandruff. Amla capsules if consumed regularly helps fighting the aging process.

Amla is available in the form of its extract powder, capsules and also as syrup that contains its essence. Consuming amalaki capsules regularly can serve as a heart tonic, aphrodisiac, and febrifuge medicine. Some of the studies have shown amalaki to be good remedy in treating various respiratory disorders like hay fever, bronchitis, and other respiratory tract problems.


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